Definition of Sarsar

1. a cold, whistling wind [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sarsar

sarplar
sarplars
sarpo
sarracenia
sarracenias
sarrasin
sarrasins
sarrazin
sarrazins
sarrusophone
sarrusophones
sarsaparilla
sarsaparilla root
sarsaparillas
sarsaparillin
sarsar (current term)
sarsars
sarsasapogenin
sarsden
sarsdens
sarse
sarsed
sarsen
sarsenet
sarsenets
sarsens
sarses
sarsing
sarsnet
sarsnets

Literary usage of Sarsar

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Poetical Works of Robert Southey by Robert Southey (1845)
"Azrael can enter in 1 The sarsar can pierce through, The Icy Wind of Death.1 37. " I was beside the Monarch when he spake ; Gentle the Prophet spake, ..."

2. Among the Moors: Sketches of Oriental Life by Georges Montbard (1894)
"... THE DJEBEL-sarsar. Sahal-el-Khemis, 13th January. THE rain has stopped ; we are going at last to break up the camp. Carlton's condition has got worse. ..."

3. The Oriental Geography of Ebn Haukal: An Arabian Traveller of the Tenth Century by Iṣṭakhrī, Muḥammad ibn Ḥauḳal, William Ouseley (1800)
"Here is situated the town of j*a^ sarsar, on the stream called sarsar, at a distance of three farsang from Baghdad. It is a pleasant town, with land well ..."

4. A Personal Narrative of the Euphrates Expedition by William Ainsworth (1888)
"The river sarsar, or Nahr sarsar, is also noticed by Idrisi, who speaks of the ... Abu-l-fada describes the Nahr sarsar as flowing from the Euphrates two ..."

5. The Life and Adventures of Nathaniel Pearce: Written by Himself, During a by Nathaniel Pearce (1831)
"... for it often happens that the stream will break the raft, and those upon it are never seen or heard of more. He told me that sarsar was a large ..."

6. The Atlantic Navigator: Being a Nautical Description of the Coasts of France by James Imray and Son (1854)
"The best anchorage in the roads, for vessels intending to enter the river, is with the distant conical mountain Jebel sarsar, appearing in the centre of the ..."

7. Ancient History: Containing the History of the Egyptians, Assyrians by Charles Rollin (1844)
"Nahar sarsar.—No traces of the sarsar canal, which existed under the khalifs, are now visible. It seems to have been a very ancient canal, as it is one of ..."

8. The Poetical Works of Robert Southey by Robert Southey (1845)
"Azrael can enter in 1 The sarsar can pierce through, The Icy Wind of Death.1 37. " I was beside the Monarch when he spake ; Gentle the Prophet spake, ..."

9. Among the Moors: Sketches of Oriental Life by Georges Montbard (1894)
"... THE DJEBEL-sarsar. Sahal-el-Khemis, 13th January. THE rain has stopped ; we are going at last to break up the camp. Carlton's condition has got worse. ..."

10. The Oriental Geography of Ebn Haukal: An Arabian Traveller of the Tenth Century by Iṣṭakhrī, Muḥammad ibn Ḥauḳal, William Ouseley (1800)
"Here is situated the town of j*a^ sarsar, on the stream called sarsar, at a distance of three farsang from Baghdad. It is a pleasant town, with land well ..."

11. A Personal Narrative of the Euphrates Expedition by William Ainsworth (1888)
"The river sarsar, or Nahr sarsar, is also noticed by Idrisi, who speaks of the ... Abu-l-fada describes the Nahr sarsar as flowing from the Euphrates two ..."

12. The Life and Adventures of Nathaniel Pearce: Written by Himself, During a by Nathaniel Pearce (1831)
"... for it often happens that the stream will break the raft, and those upon it are never seen or heard of more. He told me that sarsar was a large ..."

13. The Atlantic Navigator: Being a Nautical Description of the Coasts of France by James Imray and Son (1854)
"The best anchorage in the roads, for vessels intending to enter the river, is with the distant conical mountain Jebel sarsar, appearing in the centre of the ..."

14. Ancient History: Containing the History of the Egyptians, Assyrians by Charles Rollin (1844)
"Nahar sarsar.—No traces of the sarsar canal, which existed under the khalifs, are now visible. It seems to have been a very ancient canal, as it is one of ..."

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